Cocoon Leather Bag

 
£89.00
87803
In stock
+
Add to wish list
  • Pinterest
A large and luxurious patchwork leather hand bag with padded leather handles, adjustable and removable cross-body strap and chunky, double-ended metal zip closure.  Fully-lined inside in a thick cotton canvas with interior zip pocket and pouch pocket.

Skilfully hand made in Italy from thick, reclaimed leather pieces. Each bag is unique and 'one of a kind' with the integral part of each piece being the imperfections, colour irregularities and distressed feel of the materials used.  With so many quirky little features, you will notice that we have had to upload numerous images to cover them all!  A truly creative handbag for those with their own distinctive sense of style!

Includes swing tag explaining the unique and individual nature of the product.

Approximately 35cm wide x 30cm deep.   
Handles approximately 34cm long.
Cross body strap approximately 103cm long when fully extended.
RECYCLED

Ebarrito bags are hand made in Italy using discarded leather waste from local sofa producers and large fashion producers.  The company sources the most interesting and unique leather off-cuts to complement the artistic and creative edge of the Brand.  The pieces are carefully gathered and stitched together having undergone no further processing or treatments, thus showing any irregularities or imperfections resulting in a product that is a unique 'one-off'.
Ebarrito was founded in Italy in 2009 by Alessandro La Micela and his partner Gloria, specialising in the production of hand made leather bags using eco friendly materials and treatments.  Recycling and avoiding further treatment of the materials used was the focus of the Company's belief thus avoiding further waste and keeping the production costs to a minimum.  The unique and individual style of Ebarrito bags captured the fashion design industry and the consumer, and the couple soon came to realise their success in both Italy and abroad.

The Brand's distinctive elephant logo symbolises power and the importance of family roots and cultures.